Corporate and Business Photography
At Photek we understand photography and business. We provide our clients commercial photography that really works—getting your message across clearly and with style. We work with you, delivering compelling images that fit your marketing needs, budget, and timelines.
We’ve been producing compelling photography for Red Deer and Central Alberta businesses, industry, institutions and government for over 20 years, and our award-winning images have been featured in both Canada-wide and international publications. There are very few photographers in our area that can match our creative and technical expertise. Intricate staging? We can do it! Complex multi-frame digital edits? Not a problem! Specialized high-end equipment most others don’t have? We've got it!
Fall/Winter 2012 Photography Classes now posted!
Not only does Photek create outstanding images, we also teach photography classes at the Photek Training Centre! We offer Central Alberta training options in a convenient, flexible format of evening, weekend and new daytime courses, all taught by highly experienced professional photographers.
Alberta Wide Photography
We've traveled all over the province creating photographs—from commercial shoots in Calgary, Edmonton, Banff, Fox Creek and beyond to personal adventures throughout Alberta's extensive parks network—we love to explore it all. From industrial location work, to studio shoots, to abstract expressionism, we can shoot any style and fulfill any creative brief.
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Q. Is it possible to create high-quality, really large prints like 4' x 6' from a camera like a Canon 60D, which has an 18 megapixel sensor?
A. This is not a question for which there is a definitive answer because image quality is something that is relative, and there is a lot more that determines image quality than merely the resolution of your camera!
First of all, one has to consider how close your audience will be to the print. There is a big difference between viewing a print held in your hands and something on a wall, especially when you are standing several metres away. If you are still 18 inches away when viewing very large prints than they certainly won't look great,